Fine Art Sculpture
I’ve lived almost all my life in North Ayrshire and studied at GSA as a mature student. 16 years after leaving art school I found my mentor, Andy Sinclair. He revitalised my compulsion to make and so I began to return to my first love, sculpture. My casts are currently made from resin with metal powders or pigments added. I’m becoming increasingly fascinated by the effects I can achieve from different metal powders.
Using clay as my primary modelling medium, I explore my interest in both the human condition and our visceral connection to the landscape. My investigations focus on figurative sculpture, exploring our relationship with ourselves, others and the environment. Through my work I hope to explore fragmented memories of our passage through time and the landscape. I want to try to give substance to a moment or feeling that’s on the periphery of our consciousness, it’s there but elusive, we have trouble grasping it, holding on to it.
In early 2018, the opportunity arose to become one of Craft Town Scotland’s makers. I moved into Studio 117, which is now my main base for creating and teaching sculpture.
The Craft studios are open to the public three days a week throughout the year, where visitors can buy work direct from makers and experience the making process first hand.
To find out more about Craft Town Scotland visit www.crafttownscotland.org
Please take a look at my sculpture portfolio. Prices are available upon request.
Frances can work to your brief to create sculpture of your choosing, such as a bust of yourself or a loved one. Costs vary.
Please take at my latest project news. You can also keep up to date with my latest sculpture projects as they develop.
Artist led clay portrait workshop, join Frances Clark as she guides you through the creative process in this ten week course.
Get in touch
If you would like to purchase or commission an artwork, or are interested in attending a class, please get in touch.
Studio 86, Main Street
West Kilbride, KA23 9AP
+ 44 (0) 7740 043 054